This quilt top came from a workshop with Ebony Love and the Coastal Prairie Quilt Guild of Missouri City, Texas. We had the opportunity to work with Ebony and cut out Drunkard’s Path quilt blocks on an Accuquilt Studio machine supplied by Quilters Cottage in Richmond, Tx. It was a lot of fun and I was determined not to let all of the pieces sit in their little zip lock bags as usual. Sew….here is my version of a happy quilt made entirely with Drunkard’s Path blocks. The curved piecing went smoothly and it was great fun arranging, and re-arranging the blocks on my design wall. This will eventually be quilted and become a new table covering for my kitchen table. Bright colors remind me of Spring and Summer approaching.
Well, I finally managed to get the five pieces of fabric out, rinsed, washed and ironed. They are really very cool – I wish the colors showed as well in the picture as they do in person. Take a look…. It is definitely a do-again, although not as much control for color the results are fantastic! Here are the pictures, straight out of the dryer. I am anxious to use them in a design class with David Taylor next month…of course, though, I’ll have to try some more before that!
Easy Street Top is finished, borders and all. I’ll post a picture of that tomorrow. Until then…BE HAPPY!